How Does Ro-Ro Transportation Work?
With Ro-Ro transportation, Cascadia Maritime Logistics transports wheeled cargo from one seaport to another, typically using two or three separate liners. CML’s agents carefully supervise these port connections.
Ro-Ro involves driving the cargo directly onto the ship via a ramp of 50 to 150 mts SWL. Because of this, CML can accept cargoes of varying weights—everything from passenger vehicles to heavy lift cargoes on coupled MAFI trailers and even yachts and motorboats on trailers or roll-trailers.
Cascadia Maritime Logistics’ agents always secure cargo using a variety of standard certified lashing equipment onboard, so businesses never have to worry about their cargo moving and getting damaged while in transport. Through intense cargo ventilation inside the ship’s cargo spaces (20 air changes per hour and more) and a sophisticated fire-fighting system, CML accepts IMO-related merchandise that’s not limited to ordinary wheeled and caterpillared units.